As Seen in the Huffington Post: When Is the Right Time to Divorce When You Have Children? Join the Conversation!

At some point after the wedding festivities died down, you woke up and realized that you'd made a mistake. After the infatuation faded you recognized that you didn't want to live with this person for … [Read more...]

Parenting Wrong in the Best Interests of the Kids

Some of the greatest moms and dads I know are also some of the worst parents I've ever seen. The worst offenders of that greatest bunch are the divorced moms and dads, because while they're trying so … [Read more...]

What To Know Before You Hire An Attorney

There are so many things to consider when it comes to divorce, but before you do anything, here are some things to keep in mind before hiring an attorney. Five things you should know before you … [Read more...]

Sometimes Mediation Is An Economic Decision

To Mediate or to Litigate?  Which is Right for Me? The question is whether mediation is an effective approach to resolve marital or post-marital disputes.  The answer lies in your end-objectives. … [Read more...]

Understanding the Lengthy Process of Divorce

Maintaining an Active Tempo in Your Divorce Who really controls the tempo of a lawsuit?  Are the parties dragging their feet?  Are the lawyers creating more work than necessary?  Are the court … [Read more...]

Divorce Hotels – Will You Need to Reserve One at Your Wedding?

Like weddings, there are divorce gifts, divorce greeting cards, and divorce parties.  Well, so that the travel industry isn’t excluded from the booming marketplace, today there are “Divorce Hotels.”  … [Read more...]

The Cost of Fighting Over Who Gets The Dining Room Table

As anyone who has ever gone through a break-up knows, whether it's with a spouse in divorce or significant other in a relationship, equitable distribution is anything but equal.  After you factor-in … [Read more...]

How To Prove Your Former Spouse is in a Supportive Relationship, and Terminate or Reduce Alimony Payments

Here’s the typical scenario:  You know she’s living with another man.  She knows she’s living with another man, and that in doing so, her alimony is at risk for reduction or termination.  But she also … [Read more...]

Could Co-Mediation Work for You and Your Spouse?

Often in mediation, one party may feel like he/she is not being "heard" or understood by the mediator.  Depending on the gender of the mediator, either party may feel like that mediator doesn't … [Read more...]

Common Errors and the Cost of Your Divorce

Common Errors Can Affect the Cost of Your Divorce Divorce is an industry unto itself, and has many constituents, including attorneys, judges, court administrators, counselors, therapists, mediators … [Read more...]